In addition to carrying out the EPC of the La Cabaña substation (220/33 kV), the Overhead Line (OHL) and the expansion of the Renaico Interconnection Substation (220 kV), CJR Renewables is the construction company responsible for the La Cabaña Wind Farm, of 105.6 MW.
The future La Cabaña wind farm, located in Chile, in the Araucanía region, will have 22 Goldwind GW 155 4.8 MW wind turbines, with CJR Renewables being responsible for the Balance of Plant (BoP) which includes engineering, civil works (approximately 20 km of accesses, 22 platforms and foundations and 123 km of trenches) and the medium voltage network (33 kV) of the wind farm.
For Nuno Carvalho, Regional Manager, this moment “represents the relationship we have with our clients. A relationship of trust and commitment over the years can only be built together. We present solutions that converge with the needs of our clients, in a constant attempt to add value to the proposal and the challenges that we face every day. We believe in lasting partnerships that bring advantages and benefits to both organizations. The La Cabaña Wind Farm is an excellent example, which I have no doubt will be another challenge successfully overcome by the two companies”.
CJR Renewables will start engineering and civil works soon, with the project schedule extending over a period of one year, with the expected grid connection date in March 2023.
CJR Renewables has extensive experience in the construction of onshore wind farms, with more than 3.5 GW of experience. In addition to the La Cabaña project, CJR Renewables is currently building onshore wind farms in Poland, Peru, Colombia and Portugal.